Can you spot anything amiss in today's Best Buy Deal of the Day page? Anything out of the ordinary? Look a little closer. Still don't see it? Here's a better look:
I'm pretty sure this ski-jacket looking Crave laptop backpack is for falling asleep on in class. The rest of the new ones released today by Targus actually just make me want to go to sleep.
Finding a way to make portable speakers truly portable has proven difficult for manufacturers over the years. This new Speaker Book represents Targus' stab at a solution. The unique design features flat, foldable NXT speakers that can connect to just about anything using via a standard 3.5-millimeter cable. It can…
It starts with a case: This week, after one company preemptively announced a sexy MacBook Air sleeve before the Jobsnote, others have followed suit. Not only is there a real Manila folder case in the works, but others, from WaterField to Belkin, are launching their own lineups. Here are Belkin's first hasty…
Targus' SonicPak is a backpack with front panel speakers so you can
annoy impress everyone you walk by with your cool choice in music. It has a 15.4" padded laptop compartment and a secure pocket for an MP3 player, which hooks up via headphone cable to the front panel. The panel then amplifies your tunes at an…
For the girls who want to carry around their laptops but don't want to look like they are, there's the Prism Messenger. There's a pocket for a cellphone, a PDA, business cards, and of course, a laptop. Available for $69.
In the same vein as laptop locks for libraries and dorm rooms, this 6.5' Targus iPod lock holds your iPod at your desk while you go wee. The three digit combination allows you to quickly unlock it when those darn jocks come by at 2am to bully you again.
Targus is appealing to the inner geek in all of us with the line of Feren backpacks that protects laptops while also providing plenty of room for food and drink. This line of backpacks was voted one of the best notebook cases under $100 by Laptop Magazine, so it has to be good, right?